It's important for men to learn if they carry an inherited gene mutation linked to cancer and what they can do to manage their cancer risk.

Have you had cancer or does it run in your family? Men are as likely as women to carry an inherited gene mutation linked to cancer. Yet men are less likely to have genetic testing. Inherited mutations can increase the risk for cancer in men. There are options available to manage these increased cancer risks. View and share our infographic on inherited gene mutations in men. Our most frequently-requested resources related to hereditary cancer in men are listed below.

Genes Linked to Colorectal Cancer
Genes Linked to Male Breast Cancer
Genes Linked to Pancreatic Cancer
Screening and Prevention Guidelines - BRCA1/2, ATM, CHEK2, PALB2, Others
Screening and Prevention Guidelines - Lynch Syndrome